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StatsCan Among Worst Red Tape Offenders for Farmers

JAN 23

Statistics Canada is among the worst government agencies for red tape, according to a survey of Canadian farmers.

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Uncertainty Pervades Pulse Market

JAN 22

The price spread between Green and Yellow peas has continued to widen in Western Canada but whether that trend continues is hard to predict amid increasing uncertainty in pulse markets in general, according to pulse trader...

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Bank of Canada Cautious, but Holds Interest Rates Steady Again

JAN 22

The Bank of Canada once again held its key overnight lending rate steady in a decision announced Wednesday, although it did sound a note of caution over economic prospects.

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Manitoba to Raise Ethanol, Biodiesel Content in Fuels

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Tighter Supplies, Solid Demand Underpin Durum Bids

JAN 20

Tighter global supplies are keeping the Canadian durum market well supported this winter, with firmer prices likely when the Port of Thunder Bay reopens for the spring.

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Chart: Canola Off Highs, Still Rangebound

JAN 16

After testing but failing to break through long-time chart resistance, canola futures continue to remain rangebound.

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Markets Cautious in the Wake of Trade Deal Signing

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U.S., China Sign Trade Deal

JAN 15

The U.S. and China formally signed the so-called phase one trade deal on Wednesday, confirming the amount of agricultural goods China has pledged to buy but providing few other details.

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New Project to Focus on Improving Canola Meal Quality

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Funding Announced for Crop Research Projects

JAN 14

Ottawa and the Saskatchewan government on Tuesday announced $11 million in funding under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership for 47 crop-related research projects through the province’s Agriculture Development Fund (ADF)...

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Common Marketing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

JAN 14

The reluctance to do some pre-harvest pricing, failing to understand and track the local basis and holding grain in storage too long are among the common marketing mistakes made by farmers, according to a grain marketing s...

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Clubroot Found in More Saskatchewan Fields

JAN 13

According to the latest Saskatchewan Clubroot Distribution Map, 51 commercial canola fields in the province have now been confirmed with visible symptoms of the disease, an increase of eight fields since the release of the...

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